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Boron steel and Boriding

Boron is added to boron steels at a few parts per million to increase hardenability. Due to Boron's neutron absorption ability, higher percentages are added to steels used in the nuclear industry. Boron can also increase the surface hardness of steels and alloys through Boriding. Additionally, metal borides are used for coating tools through chemical or physical vapour deposition. Implantation of boron ions into metals and alloys through ion implantation or ion beam deposition results in a spectacular increase in surface resistance and microhardness. Laser alloying has also been successfully used for the same purpose. These borides are an alternative to diamond-coated tools, and their (treated) surfaces have similar properties to the bulk boride. For example, rhenium diboride can be produced at ambient pressures but is relatively expensive because of rhenium. The hardness of ReB2 exhibits considerable anisotropy because of its layered hexagonal structure. Its value is comparable to tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, titanium diboride or zirconium diboride.

Similarly, AlMgB14 + TiB2 composites possess high hardness and wear resistance and are used in bulk form or as coatings for components exposed to high temperatures and wear loads. Borax is used in various household laundry and cleaning products, including the "20 Mule Team Borax" laundry booster and "Boraxo" powdered hand soap. It is also present in some tooth-bleaching formulas. Sodium perborate is an active oxygen source in many detergents, laundry detergents, cleaning products, and laundry bleaches. However, despite its name, "Borateem" laundry bleach no longer contains boron compounds, using sodium percarbonate as a bleaching agent. If you are looking for high quality, high purity and cost-effective Boron, or if you require the latest price of Boron, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.

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